I’ve been known to organise a few events here and there, but more often I’m attending events. I attend a lot of events actually. Sometimes, when I’m really busy, it’s almost every night of the week. It’s my plan to write an eBook guide on “How to organise a free or low cost community-based eventContinue reading “5 Tips for Planning a Sydney Meetup”
Category Archives: Networking
Steal My Ideas
I had a really lovely catch-up this week with a new friend Garry. He is a photographer and the local community guy over at Blurb. We spent a good couple hours talking about projects we wanted to work on, and ideas for projects that we wanted to do, but didn’t have time for. We alsoContinue reading “Steal My Ideas”
Never Eat Alone: 4 Networking Tips
I’m always telling people about how Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi is my favourite business book. It made me cry (not sure if that’s a normal reaction). It was a gift from my best friend senior year of college. Ferrazzi put into words exactly what I had on my mind, but didn’t know howContinue reading “Never Eat Alone: 4 Networking Tips”
Rules of Twitter: Are you following me?
A friend from the blogging world, Tim (aka @anotherguy) brought up an interesting topic related to Twitter this week. He tweeted “If I unfollowed everyone and instead put the people I follow into lists, how many of you would hate me forever?” I was surprised by this. I’ve had chats with Tim before online andContinue reading “Rules of Twitter: Are you following me?”
My World Upside Down: SXSWi Recap
I’ve been struggling on how to even begin describing my first SXSW interactive experience from this past week. It’s important for me to blog because I believe in the power of sharing good ideas and exchanging knowledge, so I’ll try my best. I had an amazing time and it’s hard to fully convey the reasonsContinue reading “My World Upside Down: SXSWi Recap”
Networking, So Classic.
I struggle at times to explain to my parents and some [ahem] older friends the world of social networking. Yes, there are such things as tweet-ups and yes, I do meet with people in person that I first met online. If you an avid user of these online tools this may seem very normal. IfContinue reading “Networking, So Classic.”